Feeling accomplishment!

Monday, September 07, 2009

Yesterday I went through my closets and drawers, cleaning out all the clothes that are too big (YAY), and cleared away the things that I haven't used in over a year. It feels so liberating! I made my husband and kids clean theirs, as well. My daughter hadn't cleaned her closet since we moved in 9 years ago! She still has more work to do on it, but has to work at her job today. My son hasn't even made a dent in his... Today we're cleaning the garage. It's so scary! My husband is a packrat, and sort of a scavenger. If anyone says they have something their giving away, he'll take it even if we don't need it. It's driving me crazy!! emoticon It will feel so good to get all that junk out of there.
My biggest accomplishment is reaching my goal of 10 miles in 30 minutes on the bike at the gym! emoticonNow I need a new goal to reach for, lol!
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    wow 10 miles in 30 minutes thats awsome!! Im lucky if I go 2 miles in an hour!I know about the pak rat too. I sorted my clothes in our closet last year and my hubby still hasnt sorted his. His clothes spill into two other closets! And he feels like he needs to buy more? nuts!
    3632 days ago
    WAY TO GO!! I understand the packrat problem. my dad (who I rent from) fills up my garage all the time...once we clean it he views it as made room for more stuff so more stuff comes in! I can't even walk in my garage anymore, we have to actually carefully pick our way to the door...since the garage is our entrance and exit to the house! Hopefully your Hubby listens better than my dad. LOL
    3633 days ago
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    w00t w00t w00t for you! I know how you feel about the clothes and you know I know, lol And the goal, fantastic! How far can you go in 45 minutes? New goal? :P I have a pack rat too, drives me insane!
    3633 days ago
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